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F . ULOfJY ON JAMES MO ! Tl ¦! ¦ illl !¦ ¦ [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

Eulogy on James Monroe ! Tl ¦! ¦ illl !¦ ¦ I This elegent perfecienter, by ex-President Adams is now before the public. We shall ion , rui delfii nj ble to serve ntre Congress were in sessi , ,. i ¦ .. ! -,.. ; .:: , T . I i ! J , )^ Hh , iH .. ^ hV , .. : : n . - , , .,. ; , on , ami jandflU with enjoyment theteodei ! ; : ; ,. ( o :: : ^ r ; :: : \ ; ri :. . r ; ,: ;;; : ^ r ; tl , ! v ^™ d : M M , r : l ,.: i ; , ; , > , ;; , i .,, ^; ,,,.., , ¦ h ^ ti . . - | : ; : | made of the routes o ) as he might deem of national im ¦ commercial or military point of sary forth * transportation of the I h canal , what tte matte ol parrs mijrrti capante stoop navtgato belaid hell such offiin the public series of yea with profound j peace : but when the first father of our race of iusangta It is the very fervor of the noon-day mm . in the cloudless atmosphere of a summer sky , which breeds That , huali : d in grim repose <!\ pc < ts his evening prey . Y...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

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Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

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Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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AMRK ' . W SILK . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

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SUMMARY t & tlCUBB . i [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

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Untitled [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

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HUMOROUS . [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

HUMOROUS . ^ jr B R an Irish I to the daui / liter ot ortl married L . L . a from one ol the New Orleans p proceedings of the J I ¦ which are given in the the New Orleans Mercantile A so strong and so extraordinary , that we cannot refrain from givingtheni . Dr . Mc Connell , who seems to have been so pojwlar at the meeting , and who came out in such a style of laudable intrepidity and candor , is a member of the Louisiana Legislature from West Baton Rouge , and is deservedly and highly popular in his district . His course will have its influence , and we trust his example wiU induce others to come foward and make an equal honorable exhibition of sagacity and patriotism . The language of Dr . McConnell , is that of the hearts of thousands who supported gen . Jackson at the last election , but all have not the courage to give it voice . Be these words sounded throughout the Union . Fellow citizens , not oidy by his declaration—not only by those made to several other individuals do...

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FOREIGN NEWS . tram [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

FOREIGN NEWS . tram Uonc Tii ? rumors of divisions in the Polish Councils ? , are now confirmed , and ¦ Skrzynecki is no longer at the head of the army . The Times of the 6 th Septemher , says— The * accounts from Warsaw , by yesterday s Ham- . burg mail , are full of deep and melancholy interest . Two orders of the ; ; day were brought to us by the ^> ove 1 conveyance , signed respectively by l Generals Skrzynecki and Dembinski , ! the former on resigning , the latter on i assuming , the command of the patriot army of Poland . I Skrzynecki s address to the troops I is imbued in every line ol it with a spirit ! of generous and self-forgetting deI votiq (| to his country s service , at the I same time tkat it requires from the soldiers , in terms of affectionate soliciI tude , that they will follow the example he himself proposes , while fighting in their ranks , to set them of implicit j obedience to the anthority of their new , commander , and of unconquerable zeal an...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

ATTACK UPON THE PRESS . —On Wednesday evening last a horse having run away with a carryall , took the direction of our office , and much to the dismay of our pressmen—then engaged in working off the first side—precipitated his head , neck , and fore feet through one of the windows , demolishing every thing which obstructed his passage . Like most of the biped assilants of the press , the poor horse fared badly , having been severely excoriated . Fredericksburg Arena . IMPORTANT DEcistos . ! --The Superior Court of Canada has recently confirmed a decision of the lower court , that a husband is not bound to pay for articles of luxury and extravagance furnished his wife without his kn « Kvledge or

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

MELAPTCHOLT LNTKLLIGBSCR—We have seen an extract of a letter from Maj . Dougherty , agent of the Pawnees , to his brother , which says , that the small pox has been com mitting dreadful ravages amone the PawneeIndians . Nearly the whole of one tribe ( the Pawnee Republic , ) of 3 , 5 0 souls , havebeen swept off—the number dying daily being so great that they had not been able to bury them . The cause of the disease being so fatal among them is , that they immediately plunge into the water as soon as the fever makes its appearance—thus driving the disease inwardly . — Scarcely an instance is known of recovery when they are attacked by this terrible malady . ( Missouri Republican . SALT WORKS . —In the town of Salina , N . Y . salt is made at four different villages , Salina , Syracuse , Geddes and Liverpool ; and in these places the process of evaporation employs between-three and four thousand kettles ; while the works for solar evaporation at Syracuse , are on a scale of...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

After a much greater lapse of time than Was intended , we present our subscribers with the first number of the SANGAMON JOURNAI ^ We have come here with the intention of making Sprinjrfield a permanent residence—to unite oursvlves with this community as fellow citizens—and have cheerfully embarked in the establishment of the JotRNAtagood portion of the little means at our command , with a fim determination to apply ourselves to the duties of our office with unremitting industry : aid it now rests with others to say , whether JOT hopes shall be blasted , or our exertions rewarded with the cheering confidence and patronage of the citizens of this part of Rlinois . We know that it is usual on occasions like this . 9 eulogise the advantages of the press - —to m * c promises which never can be real• . have now to say is—give us a fair opportunity , ana : ?_ doubt not that the reasonable wishes and expectations oiCW . nat- rons will be gratified . THE EDITORS .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

We wish to eichange whi those editors in the oast to whom we send this number of the Journal . We know that our paper is not a fur equivalent for their 8 ; and would , were it in our power . cheerfully pay them the difference ; but we solicit the fivor . not more for our own , than for the benefit of the inhabitants of this interesting portion of our country . We are located in the centre of one of the most beautiful and fertile districts of Illinois , which in rapidly filling up with immijrrants , and we earnestly desire to present to them a paper which shall be worthy of their patronage . Much inter , est appears to be felt for the people of this part ol the Valley of the Mississippi by eastern ciiizens—and does not that feeling extend to eastern editors ? We think it does—and will be touch gratified with an exchange .

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

MISSOURI ELECTION . —An election for member of Congress to fill the place of the late Mr . Pettis , was held in Missouri on the 30 th ult . The candidates were Gen . WM . H . ASHU : Y andRosEBT WELLS , Esq . The important principles in . volved in the result of this election v . ill justify a few remarks . Gen . Ashley was an independent candidate , and _ came forward as such io exposition to the regular Jnckson nomimtioo . He declared himself to be in favor of the United States Bank —the Tariff—Internal Improvements , and the reelection of General Jackson ; and , if elected , be wished his eleciias to rest on these grounds . Mr . Wells , —we are now speaking of Mr . Wells while he was a self-nominated candidate , —professed himself friendly to the Tariff , so far as the same would protect and encourage certain interest ! of Missouri , such as the raising of hemp and the manufactures of load and iron—and against foe Tariff , when applied to the protection of ihepeculi ir...

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

SraiMcriELn . — Our short field does not enabl « as te the < omparative improvement i last with former years . Wesa to convince u- \ that ; he sdvanti field offers to the mcrchjn , ttu er professions , will not bis tnu i Our population is rspidlv licr able number of buddings Aimer—many are now tiai . f . ¦•¦ number are projected for ili > en for m % m \ cf , p aticoUrly • I : - > is great . Indeed , we knou o 4 em country , which offers m moral and industrious mei- ! i- _ - who seek a favorable local our own i ; country . Almost every ai here a ready market . Thin ditional srimulous to the im who require nothing i , u this section of the country ¦ ¦ production , with any •>]>

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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

THE E * TOI » M !» COM cations which have grown i tion of thi tion in a weekly nevvsp . tp comport with our ideas of j • te give only an imperfect shall dismiss the subject , brief no ie . Major E r lication , that the attempt from society , was designs Cabinet : -that this was persecution which he e On this point Judge Bern . jor Eaton , says : A single fact , knownO 7 $ ^ JIP CB A talon tame inember ofthe Senate , si >¦¦ -. ; c * foUowingsummer . I i a course . We thus find that the tions in the statements Berrien . —In another p we find the following Mr . Eaton , and h are utterly in r consideration is , Ih > l proclaimed at the seat , —that he wa bimnies of the officj d | I aught ^ jfLaW which mtv dra *! .- •; ,.,. conduct of t professes to represent . thority it speaks , he m ; ¦ ,... ,- selfforthe combat . Jt is not our purpose Judge Berrien . Had proper to discharge uV would still have been o ficient supporters . Vt any portion of the ei . C...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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UNKNOWN [Newspaper Article] — Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal — 10 November 1831

CoMBTtmiCATIOH WITH THE LAIES . —The recent successful attempt to transport goods from New-York to St . Louis , via what may hereafter he called the northern route , ( viz . the Hudson river , the New-York Canal , the Lakes to Chicago , thence over land to the navigable waters of die Illinois , and thence to St . Louis , ) and which has been accomplished at much less expense than the same goods could have been procured by the way of New-Orleans , hae excited great interest , in our ownState and elsewhere , for the success of the conemplated Canal from Chicago to the Illinois river ; and thepervading sentiment is , that if the canal is to be constructed , it should be commenced at ont-e . So longse the opening of a communication betwi » u Chicago and the navigable waters of the Illinois is deferred , so long do we defer a vast accession to the population and wealth of this State , and so long i o we deprive ourselves of a market for a great , and we might almost say , an unlimited...

Publication Title: Sangamo Journal / Illinois State Journal
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